Resources on Marriage

Life in ministry is often rich and rewarding. But there are challenges and season of struggle, as well. These struggles can take a toll on marriages in particular. At our National Conference, Phillip Bethancourt moderated a panel with Christine Hoover,... Continue...

Marriage is designed by God. And it can be both beautiful and difficult. Many Christian couples might feel as though their marriage is unredeemable. But John McGee and Scott Kedersha encouraged struggling marriages with the redemptive work of the gospel... Continue...

I wanted to be a missionary when I was a little girl. Actually, I think I just wanted to be Christie from Catherine Marshall’s popular book. I wanted to be the heroine who was humbled by trying to teach impoverished... Continue...

Fifty years ago this summer, California implemented the first no-fault divorce statute in the nation. Here are five facts you should know about the policy that changed marriage in America. 1. No-fault divorce is the term for the dissolution of... Continue...

We live in a time of confusion. Throughout most of American history, marriage didn’t have to be defined. Americans understood that marriage was between one man and one woman for life. But it’s clear that in our society, the church... Continue...

A mentor once told us that in life, “There are things that you know, things that you don’t know, and there are things that you don’t know that you don’t know.” Twenty-five years of marriage has proven this adage to... Continue...

Matt Chandler speaks on The Mingling of Souls at the 2018 ERLC National Conference.  Continue...

Ray Ortlund preaches on Marriage and the Mystery of the Gospel at the 2018 ERLC National Conference. Continue...

B.J. Thompson gives a brief talk on Equipping Churches to Strengthen Marriages at the 2018 ERLC National Conference.  Continue...